St. Peter's Organic English Ale - St. Peter's Brewery Co Ltd
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2.9/5 rDev -19%
I bought this beer after it had been on the shelf for like a day but it is in a terrible green bottle so I was expecting some light abuse.
Looks great, nice bright pale ale colors and the head sticks to the glass like glue.
I couldn't smell much of anything with this beer, maybe because it isn't very bubbly but I couldn't smell much of anything.
I guess the taste is better than most of the cheap beers around town but it tasted a little stale and mildly hoppy. Also I found a hint of skunkyness due to the green bottle. I hate light abused beer.
Felt good in the mouth but nothing special...
It is a very ok beer that I didn't mind drinking but I couldn't say anything special about.
12-06-2012 03:53:41 | More by Danno48
3.05/5 rDev -14.8%
pours a clear medium yellow/golden colour. good amount of foamy white head.
first thing i smelt was skunk, then a bit of earthy/malty aromas.
very crisp, mostly just taste the malt with a little bit of a burnt flavour in the aftertaste.
though i wouldn't buy this again - it was average and okay to try.
09-19-2011 03:23:51 | More by fostachild
3.15/5 rDev -12%
Dig the cool bottle, don't dig the green glass. Always a worry about skunkiness when imports us the green glass.
Pours a very light orange color with a one finger white head.
Smells like saltines with an astringent burst of hops. There is a bit of the skunk on there, but it dissipates after a few minutes.
Biscuity on the palate, hops are crisp and really balance well with the bread flavors on the front. A by the book English Pale Ale.
01-10-2012 03:45:41 | More by NStLincoln
British Columbia (Canada)
3.18/5 rDev -11.2%
A slightly hazy pale orange with a thin whisp of a white head. I get a fair amount of honey and some sour grassy notes. On the taste I get roasted barley. The mouthfeel is quite dry and a bit oily. The barley almost feels dirty as there is a creamy earthy feel to this beer. Must be all that organic material, right? At 4.5% its not that easy of a drinker, fairly chewy and a touch too sour. Otherwise, an interesting beer that has a fair amount of flavour and some lingering slightly bitter taste.
05-17-2011 01:12:28 | More by LazyL
3.23/5 rDev -9.8%
Pours a pale golden yellow with a small white head. Aroma of cereal, grains, light citrus and some yeast. Taste is biscuit malt, some citrus notes, yeast and bitter hops. Palate is a light body, crisp with mild carbonation. Finish is biscuit malt, yeast, some light citrus notes ending with some bitter hops for balance. Overall a pretty good drinkable ale.
03-04-2012 14:43:41 | More by Samp01
St. Peter's Organic English Ale from St. Peter's Brewery Co Ltd
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